The postgrey package introduced new or modified debconf templates. This is the perfect moment for a review to help the package maintainer following the general suggested writing style and track down typos and errors in the use of English language. If someone wants to pick up this review, please answer to this mail, in the mailing list, with an [ITR] (Intent To Review) label. The templates file is attached. To propose the file you reviewed for peer review, please send a [RFR] (Request For Review) mail with the reviewed file attached...then a few days later, when no more contributions come, a summary mail with a [LCFC] (Last Chance For Comments) label. Finally, after no more comments coming to the LCFC mail, you can send the reviewed templates file as a bug report against the package. Then, please notify the list with a last mail using a [BTS] label with the bug number. Helping the package maintainer to deal with induced translation updates at that moment will be nice. If you're not comfortable with that part of the process, please hand it off to a translator. --
Template: postgrey/1.32-3_changeport Type: note _Description: Default TCP port change Postgrey is now listening to port 10023 and not 60000. The latter was an unnecessary Debian specific modification. You will need to adjust your configuration (usually /etc/postfix/main.cf) accordingly.
Source: postgrey Section: mail Priority: optional Maintainer: Adrian von Bidder <firstname.lastname@example.org> Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.1.46), po-debconf Build-Depends-Indep: quilt Standards-Version: 3.8.0 Homepage: http://postgrey.schweikert.ch/ Package: postgrey Architecture: all Depends: adduser, debconf, libberkeleydb-perl (>= 0.23-2), libnet-dns-perl, libnet-server-perl (>= 0.87), perl, ucf (>= 0.28) Conflicts: libsys-syslog-perl (<< 0.21) Recommends: libdigest-sha1-perl, libnet-rblclient-perl, libparse-syslog-perl, postfix Description: greylisting implementation for Postfix A policy server for Postfix implementing greylisting. . Greylisting means that you reject email from a server on the first try, using the fact that most spammers do not retry to send their email, whereas almost all normal mail servers do. . While Postgrey is designed for the use with Postfix, it can also be used with Exim.
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